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The Canteen of YoungLimWon Soft Lab

What did you have for lunch today?

YoungLimWon Soft Lab’s in-house restaurant is managed by a professional nutritionist, chef, and cooks. Korean-style meals are typically the main course consisting of rice and soup, accompanied by 3 to 4 side dishes, including kimchi. The lunch menu at YoungLimWon Soft Lab is generally structured like a typical Korean household meal, but various menu items are offered on different days, such as diverse salads, Chinese food, Japanese food, and Italian food.

“Shall we take a quick look at what YoungLimWon Soft Lab employees have for lunch?”

It’s rice mixed with various grains and brown rice, and soup made with beans, tofu, kimchi, etc. Stir-fried rice is sometimes served. Koreans love kimchi and eat it almost every meal. They enjoy various types of kimchi, including Cabbage kimchi, Young Radish kimchi, Chonggak kimchi and Kkakdugi.

They also have dishes such as Sundae(Korean sausage), Dotorimuk(arcon jello), Grilled fish, Bulgogi(sliced and seasoned beef), Bossam(boiled pork eaten with a salty sauce and wrapped in greens), and spicy stir-fried chicken. “Patjuk” (red bean porridge) is a popular dish in Korea, made by boiling red beans and rice together. There is a custom of eating Patjuk(red bean porridge) on winter solstice in Korea. They grind red beans and make porridge with rice. I put glutinous rice in it and eat it.. There are also various salads, fruits, Mediterranean food, Italian food, Middle Eastern food, and Japanese food.

Eating good food is very important for your health. Live a healthy and energetic life day by day with healthy diet management.

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